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Philip A. HarlandPodcast 1.5: Paul and the followers of Jesus at Corinth, part 2

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This fifth episode continues discussion of the situation at Corinth as reflected in chapters 6-15 of 1 Corinthians, dealing with problems that arose due to the socially superior position of some Corinthian Christians and the spiritually superior claims of others. This episode is part of series one ("Paul and his Communities") of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.

This audio is part of the collection: Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean Podcast
It also belongs to collections: Podcasts; Spirituality & Religion

Artist/Composer: Philip A. Harland
Keywords: early Christianity; new testament; bible; 1 corinthians; christian origins; greco-roman religion; judaism

Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs

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